—(1) A cadastral survey for any parcel of land shall not be taken to have been completed until —
the boundaries of the land have been determined by straight lines;
the physical boundaries of the land have been demarcated by boundary marks or defined by approved co-ordinates or, if it is impossible or impracticable to do so, by reference to floors and walls so as to enable the boundary lines of the land to be ascertained;
the area of the land has been determined;
a lot number has been assigned to the land by the Chief Surveyor; and
a survey plan, showing the location of the land and its boundaries, area, lot number and the boundary marks placed on the land or the approved co-ordinates, has been approved by, and is filed in the office of, the Chief Surveyor.
(2) A certified plan shall be prima facie evidence of the boundaries and boundary marks of the parcel of land to which it refers, and of its area and lot number.
(3) Any plan for a cadastral survey of a parcel of land approved by, and filed in the office of, the Chief Surveyor under the repealed Act shall be deemed to have been approved by, and filed in the office of, the Chief Surveyor under subsection (1)(e).